NEPBA RESPONSE TO NEW POLICE REFORM BILL

The New England Police Association, the largest law enforcement labor union in the Commonwealth, has been in the forefront to bring about significant change to policing in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Our organization has worked independently and collectively with other police unions, as well as with the legislative leadership and Governor Baker’s office in order to bring about significant and resounding change to all law enforcement officers in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. However, this “feel good” legislation does nothing to ...

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WORCESTER HOUSE SUPERINTENDENT DAVID TUTTLE TRIES USING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AS A BARGAINGING CHIP!!!

In what the NEPBA’s Leadership is calling one of the most appalling abuses of power the Union has ever encountered, Worcester House Superintendent David Tuttle has demanded the Union drop or settles grievances before he will approve the reimbursement of Local 550 Officers who were ordered by Tuttle to stay home due to the Covid -19 pandemic.

NEPBA Local 550 President Kevin Carlo ...

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NEPBA Wins Termination Arbitration – Northfield Vermont

On October 14, 2020, an Arbitrator sided with the NEPBA against the Town of Northfield, Vermont. After two days of evidentiary hearing and the submission of extensive written briefs the Arbitrator held that the Town had wrongfully terminated the NEPBA member from his position as a police officer and that the Town must reinstate him to his previous position without loss of seniority and compensate him for all lost benefits and all lost wages. In addition the Arbitrator required the ...

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